Stories tagged: woman
UPDATED: Wed., June 3, 2015, 8:18 a.m.
Woman struck by slow-moving train in Idaho
An 65-year-old woman is in the hospital this morning after she stepped in front of a slow-moving train in Athol, Idaho.
Thu., June 18, 2009, 8:40 a.m.
Woman rescued from murky swamp
A woman who wandered into a tangled swamp on the West Plains was rescued early today by firefighters and rushed to the hospital for treatment of hypothermia.
Wed., July 10, 1996
Busted: Artists Display Fantasies
First, there was the Little Mermaid and her buoyant pair, nestled in a strapless seashell bikini top. She looked a little, um, mature, for a 16-year-old. But once you got …
Sun., June 9, 1996
Aussie Has Whale Of Shot At Swim Mark
Fighting choppy seas, Susie Maroney entered the water off Havana on Saturday in her bid to become the first person to swim 110 miles across the Florida Straits to Key …
Thu., July 13, 1995
Hormone Debate Leaves Women In Limbo Confusion Grows As Research Offers Conflicting Opinions
One indisputable conclusion has emerged from the growing body of research on hormone replacement therapy and breast cancer: Women don’t know what to believe anymore.
Sun., June 11, 1995
Set In Their Ways Singles Likely To Lose Flexibility As They Age
There are a number of advantages that never-married singles over 30 enjoy. High on my list is the freedom to do whatever I want, whenever I want to do it. …
Wed., April 19, 1995
Women Make Inroads On Boards
Cecily Cannan Selby, the first woman on Avon Products Inc.’s board, says she recalls a tense dinner meeting with male colleagues when one offered her a cigar. “When I accepted …
Sun., April 16, 1995
Country Conscience Women Are The Only Ones Singing Music With A Message
1. Patty Loveless 2. Martina McBride 3. Mary Chapin Carpenter’s “He Thinks He’ll Keep Her” was nominated for Record of the Year in this year’s Grammys. Photo by Associated Press …
Sun., March 5, 1995
Mothers Of Invention Women Inventors Have Long List Of Accomplishments, Little Recognition
If you made drip coffee for breakfast, poured pasteurized milk on your cereal, put your lunch in a brown paper bag or used your windshield wipers on the way to …
Sat., Feb. 25, 1995
Women In Technical Careers Seek To Encourage Young Girls
Math and science hold little fascination for many teenage girls. In fact, while 81 percent of grade school girls said they enjoyed math, the percentage dropped to 61 percent by …
Tue., Jan. 31, 1995
Local Businesswomen Seek National Affiliation Group Pursues Inland Northwest Chapter Of National Association Of Women Business Owners
A committee of women entrepreneurs in Spokane hopes to rally enough support by late spring to create an Inland Northwest chapter of the National Association of Women Business Owners. “NAWBO …
Wed., Jan. 4, 1995
Women Make It Their Business To Help Girls Become Entrepreneurs
You’ve started a business selling flowers door-to-door, and sales are great. Your big sister has been helping, but now she’s too busy with her boyfriend and you’re not sure you …